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7th Grade Curriculum Night: Science

7th Science Presentation - Curriculum Night

Megan Allen

on 27 November 2012

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Transcript of 7th Grade Curriculum Night: Science

Curriculum Night Expectations Concepts
Taught STAAR TESTING DATES -Critical Thinkers
-Independent Learners
-Problem Solvers
-Collaborative Workers
-Participants in Safe Laboratory Practices No STAAR Test for Science
in 7th Grade.

Students are assessed in 8th
grade over concepts taught
in 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. Technology 7th Grade Science November 27, 2012 Hands on Learning -Document Cameras
-Activeboard Slates
-Discovery Techbook
-Safari Montage/Discovery Streaming Videos
-Virtual Dissections
-Ipod Touches
-Worley Science Website

-BYOD - Encouraging students to use personal devices for research. -Inquiry Based Labs
-4 Corners
-Use of games to review important concepts. Scientific Investigation
and Reasoning Matter and Energy Force, Motion, and
Energy Earth and Space Organisms and
Environments -Photosynthesis
-Cycling of Matter
-Flow of Energy
-Organic Compounds
-Physical/Chemical Changes in Matter
-Macromolecules -Work
-Transformations of Energy
-Forces Affecting Motion -Catastrophic Events
-Weathering, Erosion, & Deposition
-Human Effects on Groundwater
-Characteristics of the Solar System allowing life to exist and manned space exploration. -Relationship between organisms and their environment.
-Populations and species variation over time.
-Levels of Organization / Structure and Function
-Sexual/Asexual Reproduction -The student uses scientific inquiry methods during laboratory and field investigations.

-The student uses critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and problem solving to make informed decisions and knows the contributions of relevant scientists.

-The student knows how to use a variety of tools and safety equipment to conduct science inquiry. Students will become: Science Website http://www.worleyscience.weebly.com Science Homework policy Monday, Wednesday, and Even Fridays of each Six Weeks Tests/Projects, Quiz, and Homework
Due Dates: Quiz time!!! Perceptual
Modes Say See Do -Use of class notes
-Visual demonstrations
-Graphic organizers -Students will repeat important concepts back to the teacher multiple times throughout the class

-Think-Pair-Share Activity -Students model concepts during class demonstrations.
-Create foldables
-Inquiry Based Labs http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/LTE0NzA4ODMyNTk http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/NDIzODk4MDE5 http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/NzMxMDQxMDMx
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